You CAN see a Drive-In Movie In Tucson, AZ! Things to do in Tucson
The last drive-in theater (De Anza) might be gone in Tucson, but the Cactus Foundation is alive and well.
The Cactus Foundation sponsors "pop-up" theater and their newest location is between Stone and Scott, downtown Tucson.
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This weekend, The Three Amigos will be playing! Sound for the movie can be found on 103.1 FM.
Come early for a parking place, as there is limited room. There is also seating available up front, or bring your own chair!
For more things to do in Tucson, follow the link to see more about past programs sponsored by the Cactus Foundation.
Suggested donation is $10 a car or $4 a person. Popcorn and soda will be available. Alcohol and Smoke free family event. Your donation goes to help the Cactus Drive In Theater Foundation, working to bring back a permanent drive-in location.
See The Three Amigos this Saturday, November 19, 2011 from 5:30 to 9:00p.m. Gates open at 5:30. Movie begins at 7:00 p.m.While you're out and about in downtown Tucson, come early and check out the beautiful architecture, history, and beauty of the Old Pueblo! Please contact me if you'd like more information in this beautiful area of Tucson, AZ.
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